kind of -- if there's a way to actually, you know, make people feel like that is an allowable, reasonable, publicly supported intervention, that could reduce people's access to guns when going through a bad patch. >> eva, solutions? >> i want to go back to the kids, because we were all just torn up about the kids at sandy hook. and also the kids who were survivors, and everyone was sad, and that was a good thing. but think of the kids you were just talking about who go through this every day. what are we doing for them? maybe you do this at your hospitals, but i think some type of therapy, psychological support, not just for the kids, but for the parents. in my discussions this week about this topic with people in oakland, people said, people aren't getting educated. so you can't get a job. one good way to make money is to sell drugs. if you're selling drugs, you're going to come in to violence because things are really crazy. there's this chain reaction. the last thing, what i talked about before, why am i not meeting with those parents on the street in oakland?